Definition of Spoilages
1. spoilage [n] - See also: spoilage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoilages
Literary usage of Spoilages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manufacturing Costs and Accounts by Alexander Hamilton Church (1917)
"Finally, spoilages and wastes will be charged to the various departments that ... The distribution of the total in spoilages account will be, in general, ..."
2. Cost Accounting: Principles and Practice by John Packard Jordan, Gould Leach Harris (1920)
"Inability to secure the standard material. 2. Increase in cost of the standard material. 3. Large spoilages of material. 4. ..."
3. The Science and Practice of Management by Alexander Hamilton Church (1914)
"... limits and fits is either to cause unnecessary expenditure in attaining unnecessary refinement, or is prolific of costly hand fitting, and spoilages. ..."
4. Printing: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Typography as Applied More by Charles Thomas Jacobi (1908)
"... of 24 sheets in each- termed " perfect " or " printers' " reams—this plus of 16 sheets being allowed for spoilages and over copies for every 500 sheets. ..."
5. Hand-roller V. Power Presses (1912)
"In the hearing that was held before I noticed that there were less than 2 per cent spoilages on the power press. Mr. RALPH. I am through with the witness. ..."